The biblical text is filled with references to people and places that are sometimes hard for us to imagine! For the biblical writers and the biblical characters these places and visuals were immediately available to them. Jesus, himself taught his disciples and the crowds using references from the landscapes and world before him.
From the comforts of your own church, classroom or office, there is no better way to enter into that world than by incorporating visuals into your studies! And there are no better visuals available than the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands. Just take a look at everything they have to offer ...
These pictures are the gold standard in visual aids to the land of the bible and you will find no better value available on the internet today.They are the best and most economical way to transport yourself and your students or congregation into a land and world that is foreign to us yet native to the Bible we wish to study. I suggest you ...
Start with The Israel Collection ...
Volume 1: Galilee and the North
More than 1,100 high-resolution jpg images from the regions of the Golan Heights, Huleh Basin, Galilee Hill Country, Sea of Galilee, Jordan River, and the Plain of Asher. This DVD also includes photographs from the sites of Dan, Hazor, Capernaum, Chorazin, Tabgha, Bethsaida, Kursi, Arbel, Baram, Sepphoris, Nazareth, Rosh HaNiqra, Acco, Haifa, Kedesh, Abel Beth Maacah, Caesarea Philippi, Nimrod's Castle, Mount Hermon, Qatzrin, Gamla, Hippos, Nahal Ammud, Nahal Iyon, Nahal Senir, and Mount Merom.
Volume 2: Samaria and the Center
Revised and expanded with more than 1,200 high-resolution jpg images from the regions of the Jezreel Valley, Harod Valley, Mount Carmel, Sharon Plain, Samaria, Jordan Rift, and Benjamin.More than 1,200 high-resolution jpg images from the regions of the Jezreel Valley, Harod Valley, Mount Carmel, Sharon Plain, Samaria, Jordan Rift, and Benjamin. This DVD also includes photographs from the sites of Megiddo, Beth Shean, Mount Gilboa, Mt. Tabor, Hill of Moreh, Muhraqa, Caesarea, Mounts Gerizim and Ebal, Shechem, Shiloh, Aphek, et-Tell and Khirbet el-Maqatir, Gibeon, Gibeah of Saul, Michmash, Nebi Samwil, Kiriath Jearim, and Jericho.
Volume 3: Jerusalem
More than 1,500 high-resolution jpg images of the Old City, Temple Mount, City of David, Western Wall Tunnels, West Jerusalem, Mount of Olives, and the Jerusalem Model. This DVD also includes photographs of the gates of the Old City, Broad Wall, Warren’s Shaft, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Pool of Siloam, Pools of Bethesda, Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Garden Tomb, Garden of Gethsemane, Bethany, and dozens of important ancient tombs in Jerusalem.
Volume 4: Judah and the Dead Sea
More than 1,500 high-resolution jpg images from the regions of the Hill Country of Judah, Judean Wilderness, Dead Sea, Shephelah, and the Philistine Plain. This DVD also includes photographs from the sites of En Gedi, Masada, Bethlehem, Herodium, Hebron, Gezer, Sorek Valley, Valley of Elah, Bet Guvrin, Lachish, Ashkelon, Gaza, Qumran and the Dead Sea Scroll caves.
Volume 5: Negev and the Wilderness
More than 700 high-resolution jpg images from the regions of the Biblical Negev, Negev Highlands, Nabatean Cities, Nahal Zin, Spice Route, Wilderness of Zin, Wilderness of Paran, Aravah, and the Red Sea. This DVD also includes photographs from the sites of Gerar, Ziklag, Tell Jemmeh, Nahal Besor, Tell el-Farah South, Beersheba, Arad, Sede Boqer, Avdat, Mampsis, Nessana, Machtesh Ramon, Red Canyon, Timna Park, a tabernacle replica, and Eilat.
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The Pictorial Library: Israel Collection includes ...
- All five of the volumes featured above!
- More than 6000 high resolution photos
- On two easy to use DVD-Roms
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The Pictorial Library of Bible Lands also offers photo collections for:
- The Greek Islands
- Cyprus and Crete
- Italy and Malta
- Mediterranean Trees, Flowers and Plants
- A catalog of invaluable Cultural Images
When you buy any of the 18 volumes of the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands you get:
- All images in a High Resolution JPG format (1600 X 1200 pixels minimum) ready for varied use
- All images on slides ready for insertion into your presentation
- No restrictive copyright limitations! Full permission for display in classrooms and churches
- Detailed Maps of the Regions and subjects featured
- Full image descriptions hundreds of additional notes and scriptural references
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We live in a visual society. Pastors and teachers can enhance their communication by using pictures of the places and images that undergird God's Word. But where can you find suitable images? Todd Bolen, a professor at the Israel Bible Extension campus of The Master's College, provides a low-cost, high-quality answer. From his extensive collection of digital photographs taken throughout the Middle East, Todd has carefully chosen pictures that are visually attractive and that help illustrate key places and images of the Bible. This set is organized in a way that allows the user to find pictures with a minimum of difficulty. I use these pictures in my classes, and I can recommend this set without any hesitation.
I have just obtained the full Pictorial Library collection and it is very, very beautiful. It is such a pleasure to have my screen filled with high-resolution images instead of the usual scanned or other "stuff." This absolutely magnificent collection has a resolution as high as the cost is low and either, let alone both, of those features are rare indeed.
If you are looking for high-quality pictures of the Holy Land, the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands is the place to find them. Not only are the well-known sites and features included, but also out-of-the-way places rarely seen by the average visitor.
Every pastor or teacher of the bible should have these collections in their in their toolbox. They are the cheapest, most effective way to quickly expose your audience or congregation to the visual world of the biblical text. I have traveled to most of the places featured in the collection.Even though I have thousands of pictures of my own I find myself returning to the Pictorial Library time and time again for its comprehensive subjects and features.